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In this special episode, we pay tribute to the late Dr. Buzz Hollander, a pioneer in Direct Primary Care (DPC) from Hawaii, whose unexpected passing in 2023 deeply impacted the world of DPC. Join us as we celebrate his life and legacy as a gifted physician, writer, husband, father, and outdoor enthusiast.
Dr. Hollander was a co-founder of a DPC medical practice in Hawaii, known for his commitment to compassionate care and evidence-based medicine. He combined his medical expertise with a passion for sports, the outdoors, and organizing unforgettable trips. Beyond his medical career, Buzz was a culinary enthusiast, a humorist, and a warm-hearted individual.
His influence extended nationally and internationally through his writing, leaving a lasting legacy in the DPC field. Dr. Hollander's journey began in New Jersey and led to a remarkable medical career.
He is survived by his wife Michelle, daughters Eve and Audrey, and other family members. In lieu of flowers, honoring Buzz's memory involves spending time in nature and cherishing the wonders of life. In this episode, you'll hear Dr. Hollander's own words about his clinic and the inspiration he drew from a friend in medical school who was a DPC physician.
We reflect on Dr. Hollander's dedication to family, self-care, and meaningful patient relationships. Let's be inspired by his DPC legacy and remember the remarkable colleague we've lost.
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